The BCSE opened its operations by claiming to be religiously neutral, and certainly not driven by religion. However, I soon exposed that the BCSE was a centre for "science education" with no qualified science educators, and began showing the things that its leaders had said about their real motivations whilst in semi-private planning.
As part of this, I showed that these leaders regularly made allegations that the UK was in danger because evangelical Christians were, in the style of militant Islamists, planning to replace our democracy with a theocracy. This, they said, was the real reason why the world needed the BCSE: so that we could be saved from this threat.
Such rants are a staple part of the diet of the Internet's more extreme atheist fundamentalists. But here they were actually the allegations of a body writing to MPs and newspapers pretending to be scientific experts yet hiding their true claims.
I exposed a series of quotations from BCSE leaders showing what they really thought, and challenging them to prove their claim. What evidence did they have for such serious allegations?
As I continued to apply the pressure, the wheels began to come off, resulting in some very revealing moments.